To be honest, outside of Robinson Cano and Brian McCann, nobody on the market right now screams "worth the draft pick" for the Yankees to sign - and frankly, I think taking McCann is not the right move, due to his age and potentially injury history. That said, I do think that the Yankees should target 3 guys, who, although on their own are not worth compensation, together combine to fill enough holes that losing the first round pick is worth it. These guys are Stephen Drew, Carlos Beltran, and Ubaldo Jimenez. Drew provides solid defense and a solid bat on the left side of the infield, which as we saw last year lacks depth throughout the Yankees organization. Beltran, although the team doesn't exactly need outfielders, is a power bat and a strong glove that thrives down the stretch, and would be the perfect complement to Cano and Teixeira and Soriano (assuming Tex is healthy and Cano returns). And lastly, Jimenez is pitching, and everyone knows how much the team needs pitching. What do you guys think?